Network marketing has grown tremendously in popularity in the last few years, spurred on by its endorsement by popular financial prosperity authors like Robert Allen, Mark Victor Hansen, and Robert Kiyosaki. But it has gotten a bad reputation because there are a few scams out there, and many more that simply oversell the opportunity. So how do you separate the wheat from the chaff? John Venezia, a seasoned insurance and financial services professional who has built a successful network marketing downline of over 1,600 people in the last six years, including many financial services and insurance agents like himself, shares his rigorous criteria. Read more...
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